Data from: Shifts in diversification rates linked to biogeographic movement into new areas: an example of a recent radiation in the Andes

Simon Uribe-Convers & David C. Tank
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Clade-specific bursts in diversification are often associated with the evolution of key innovations. However, in groups with no obvious morphological innovations, observed upticks in diversification rates have also been attributed to the colonization of a new geographic environment. In this study, we explore the systematics, diversification dynamics, and historical biogeography of the plant clade Rhinantheae in the Orobanchaceae, with a special focus on the Andean clade of the genus Bartsia. METHODS:...
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